Published by Alexis Chastain
Posted on August 2, 2019
It’s a true joy working with new clients, getting to learn their unique personalities and styles and designing specifically for them. Yet, there’s something special about getting to work with return clients. We know their design style and what they like, but we also get to see how their preferences have slightly evolved based on how their lives have changed.
Project Northcrest came to us from our very first client. At the time, she’d always wanted a modern house, and that’s exactly what we gave her. In 2016, her life had grown, as had her family and their needs, and she was looking for more space and a home closer to her kids’ schools.
She brought us in the loop prior to them even searching for homes. She wasn’t sure if they were going to build or buy but she knew we’d be brought in for the interior design work.
Three months after they purchased the house, she sent us an update that they’d bought a house and shared the photos with us. It was a beautiful family home, but was French Country through and through — this was NOT her style at all. But for her, the home was all about location, location, location. Everything else, she knew, could be customized to her taste. And it was.
We sourced the kitchen through Porcelanosa, with the custom-built cabinets done by Supreme Design of Dallas. The tile for the master bath also came from Porcelanosa, which gave the space a sleek, European modernity.